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Here are the winners at the Real Estate Asia Awards 2021

Winners will be awarded via virtual awards presentation on 2-9 July.

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic presenting significant challenges in the real estate industry, it's about time we use a different lens and see how shifting consumer behaviour, new work patterns and lifestyle changes have created new opportunities for growth and innovation within the sector. Businesses who rise to this challenge are opting for more uncharted roads, yet understand that the rewards waiting for them far outweigh the hindrances that are blocking their path.

In recognition of companies that have made compelling detours to carve new pathways in real estate, the Real Estate Asia Awards 2021 will honour these enterprises by introducing the winners through a virtual awards presentation on 2-9 July.

The winning companies will also be accompanied by virtual interviews as they share their thoughts about winning the prestigious awards programme. 

This year's nominations were chosen by an elite panel of judges consisting of Teh Seng Leong, EY Global Real Estate Hospitality & Construction M&A Leader at Ernst & Young Solutions LLP; James Xu, Real Estate Leader at Deloitte Southeast Asia; Kwok Kay So, Partner, Tax Services, Asia Pacific Real Estate Tax Leader at PwC Hong Kong; Hong Beng Tay, Partner, Head of Real Estate Sector at KPMG Advisory LLP; James Allan, Regional Director and Country Head at JLL Indonesia; Norman Ho, Senior Partner and Deputy Head, Corporate Real Estate at Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP; and Lau Sok Hiang, Co-Head at Real Estate and Corporate Real Estate at Drew & Napier LLC.

Congratulations to all the winners!

REAL ESTATE ASIA AWARDS 2021 WINNERS:

Abdullah Al-Othaim Investment Company

  • Mixed-Use Development of the Year - Saudi Arabia
  • Retail Development of the Year - Saudi Arabia

Abraj Dahab for Development and Real Estate Investments

  • Residential Development of the Year - Saudi Arabia

The Sheikh Zayed Private Academy for Boys L.L.C

  • Special-Purpose Development of the Year - United Arab Emirates

Al Tahaluf Real Estate

  • Customer Service Innovation of the Year - Saudi Arabia

Bria Homes, Inc.

  • Open Space Development of the Year - Philippines
  • Affordable Housing Developer of the Year - Philippines

BSA Land

  • Residential Development of the Year - Indonesia
  • Excellence Award of the Year - Indonesia

Park Regent Residences - Cloudvest Sdn Bhd

  • Residential Development of the Year - Malaysia

Ellington Properties Development LLC

  • Residential Development of the Year - United Arab Emirates

EZLANDVIETNAM DEVELOPMENT JOINT STOCK COMPANY

  • CSR Initiative of the Year - Vietnam

Frasers Property Vietnam

  • Mixed-Use Development of the Year - Vietnam
  • Office Development of the Year - Vietnam

Grand Land

  • Marketing & Brand Initiative of the Year - Philippines

Gulshan Homz Private Limited

  • Luxury Residential Development of the Year - India

GuocoLand

  • Luxury Residential Development of the Year - Singapore
  • Mixed-Use Development of the Year - Singapore
  • Developer of the Year - Singapore

Henderson Land Development Company Limited

  • Office Development of the Year - Hong Kong
  • Residential Development of the Year - Hong Kong
  • Sustainable Development of the Year - Hong Kong
  • Redevelopment of the Year - Hong Kong

Investa Office Management Pty Ltd

  • Developer of the Year - Australia

Investa Property Group

  • Office Development of the Year - Australia
  • Smart Technology of the Year - Australia

LOGOS Group

  • Industrial Development of the Year - Indonesia

NASEEJ BSC

  • Residential Development of the Year - Bahrain

New San Jose Builders Inc.

  • Residential Development of the Year - Philippines

Desa ParkCity - ParkCity Group

  • Masterplan Development of the Year - Malaysia

PT PP Properti Suramadu

  • Development of the Year - Indonesia

PT PP Properti Tbk Grand Kamala Lagoon

  • Sustainable Development of the Year - Indonesia

PT PP Properti Tbk Grand Sungkono Lagoon

  • Mixed-Use Development of the Year - Indonesia

Pueblo de Oro Development Corporation

  • Special-Purpose Development of the Year - Philippines

Raimon Land Public Company Limited

  • Office Development of the Year - Thailand

Retal Urban Development Company

  • Developer of the Year - Saudi Arabia

Shui On Land Limited

  • Sustainable Development of the Year - China
  • Developer of the Year - China

SIWA Group Ltd.

  • Resort Development of the Year - Indonesia
  • Strategic Partnership of the Year - Indonesia

The Gate Development

  • Marketing & Brand Initiative of the Year - Lebanon

Zedem International

  • Mid-sized Developer of the Year - Pakistan

Vikas Oberoi, Oberoi Realty Ltd.

  • CEO of the Year

If you want to join the 2022 awards programme and be acclaimed for your company's innovative real estate developments, please contact Julie Anne Nuñez at julie@charltonmediamail.com.

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